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Sparks arcing from rear of tv

While the tv was on it just started arcing out of the rear lower right rear of the tv (looking from the front), opposite side of the plug. I was told it was a high voltage transformer? it has two adjustment ports on the back, one says focus, its a square box with two leads out the top and has a large magnet around it, there is a small hole in the side, looks burnt, and when you plug it in it arcs to the magnet. I was told 600.00+ but they really want to sell me a new set. Any help?

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  • jddenton Sep 02, 2008

    i have the same issue on the high voltage transformer (Flyback) on the model HD56W58. This model has HVT, then it has an extension to that on the front. Would you have the part number to this HVT?

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Wow they are charging you alot for this repair my friend. Go to this link and you will see! The High Voltage transformer, also known as a flyback only cost 50.00 Bucks!http://www.partstore.com/ProductDetail.aspx?ProductSKU=2187762&ProductType=PART&ModelID=420798 I would get the part and let someone replace it If you have no soldering and or TV repair experience, as this is a dangerous place to be experimenting with if you do not know the safety issues involved. Good Luck Please dont forget to rate this thread.

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